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KMWB Partner Nativ Winiarsky’s Article on Fraud and the Default Rule Appears in New York Law Journal
KMWB Partner Nativ Winiarsky’s latest article to appear in the New York Law Journal focuses on the application of the default rule in the context of rent overcharge cases in the wake of Regina. Nativ begins the article reviewing the definition of fraud as set down by...
Nicholas Yokos, Esq. of KMWB, successfully opposed a tenant’s motion to dismiss a holdover proceeding with the court denying the motion, as well as granting the Landlord’s cross-motion for use and occupancy. Notably, in denying the Tenants’ motion to dismiss, the...
William Hummell, Esq. of KMWB, by an Order of the U.S. Court of Appeals on June 21, 2022, defeated the judgment debtor’s appeal from $1.35 million trial Judgment. Court of Appeals affirmed every part of the Judgment.